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pymnts | January 27, 2020
Retail keeps embracing numerous new technologies, and biometrics is not only one of them, but an area of recent growth and development, including via some of the biggest names in commerce. Take Amazon, which continues to expand its brick-and-mortar retail footprint, and the technology underlying those stores. The company is apparently making a bet that the future of retail, and retail payments, will involve consumers’ hands. In fact, back in September, reports emerged that Amazon had start...
pymnts | February 11, 2020
Square For Retail is now available on Square Register, allowing the retail point-of-sale (POS) solution to run on Square’s end-to-end, integrated POS system, the Silicon Valley company announced on Tuesday (Feb. 11). The integrated solution enables retailers to leverage software, hardware and payments on a single comprehensive platform. “Square for Retail on Register has been an absolute game-changer, and has saved our business a lot of time and effort,” said Hannah Richtman, o...
Mercator Advisory Group | January 04, 2022
Mercator Advisory Group released a report covering the credit cards issued for small businesses titled Small Business Credit Cards: Growth Opportunities in a Post-COVID World. The research explains current markets, reviews programs offered by top issuers, and suggests that issuers look at four current fintech models to revitalize their view of this rich market. With two thirds of the U.S. GDP driven by small businesses, there is a large audience to harvest. Program designs need to do more than j...
pymnts | January 30, 2020
So-called fast fashion has been a big player in retail for years, but that part of the commerce-and-apparel world is facing some serious challenges. Fast fashion has traditionally appealed to younger consumers, but that appeal might be wearing thin (excuse the pun), at least according to an account published Wednesday (Jan. 30) from the Columbia Spectator, which covers news important to students at Columbia University and Barnard College in the global fashion capital of New York City. The issue ...
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